Tipperary GAA launched their new jersey and sponsor at Semple Stadium yesterday.
The fresh Tipp strip, which brings 'a darker shade of royal blue' and features a retro collar with pinstripe detail, takes inspiration from the county's 2001 All-Ireland SHC triumph.
The new jersey is also special in that it features a portrait of Michael Hogan, the only player killed on Bloody Sunday in Croke Park on November 21, 1920 during a challenge match against Dublin.
It marks the start of Tipperary GAA's two-year sponsorship deal with Nenagh-based Fiserv, a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions.
The new Tipperary jersey design has a darker shade of royal blue with a classic collar & takes its inspiration from the All Ireland winning kit of 2001!— Tipperary GAA (@TipperaryGAA) January 21, 2022
It’s available to pre-order from January the 28th at @Elverys & will be on sale from the 10th of Feb! pic.twitter.com/oErwSilBx4